Mass Times

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   for you.

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   Masses

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   Weekend Masses
   Saturday
    5:00pm English
    7:00pm Spanish

  Sunday
    8:00am English
  Live Streaming
  10:30am English

  Week Day Masses
    9:00am Monday
    9:00am Tuesday
  Live Streaming
    5:30pm Wednesday
    9:00am Thursday

  First Friday Mass
    10:00am 

  First Saturday Mass
    9:00am

  Sacrament of
  Reconciliation

    Saturday 3:00 - 4:00pm
      in the Chapel
    Wednesday following
      5:30pm Mass
    By appointment call the
      Parish Office
      417-334-2928

   Immaculate Conception
    December 7th - 5:30pm
    December 8th
     9:00am - Noon
     7:00pm Bilingual

   Our Lady of Guadalupe
    December 12th

    7:00pm Spanish

   December 24th
    Christmas Eve Mass
     5:00pm
    Christmas Eve Mass
     8:00pm Spanish 
    Christmas Night Mass
    11:00pm
  December 25th
    Christmas Day Mass
     9:00am

  December 31st
  Mary Mother of God
  Vigil Mass 6:00pm
  January 1, 2021
  Mary Mother of God 
   10:00am

Adoration

Adoration 
Following Wednesday
5:30pm Mass
in the church
Daily Mass Readings

Parish Office Hours

Monday ~ Friday
9:30 am to 3:00pm

Catechesis: ongoing understanding of our Faith

In case you missed or would like to review a video.

We would like to thank you for joining in celebrating Mass with us. We know some of you may not be Catholic. Live streaming is hosting Catholics, non-Catholics, seekers and those who may never attended Mass, ALL are welcome.

My friends, click for some of the most common practices and gestures used during the celebration of the Mass. These  are done with the Catholic community gathered in prayer convey the unity of the Church in its teaching and worship. 

For those who are curious about the meaning and structure of the Mass the following links may be helpful:
A Walk Through the Mass: A Step-by-Step Explanation printable PDF download

The Mass: Structure and Meaning

Bereavement Healing Ministry
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“Seasons of Hope” the four participant journals--one for each season--are for use in group gatherings and home journaling. Each week offers a theme, commentary, scripture citations for further reading, and spiritual exercises drawn from Catholic tradition. The four seasons follow the same pattern and can be used consecutively in a parish but are also designed to stand alone.
 
A seasoned educator and facilitator, MacLeod consults with parishes and dioceses across the country and conducts training, workshops, mission days, and retreats. She is a member of the National Association of Catholic Family Life Ministers and served on the board of trustees of the National Catholic Ministry to the Bereaved. Author of the Seasons of Hope Guidebook and companion participant journals, MacLeod has also written articles on grief for various publications and has also written CareNotes and PrayerNotes.  
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